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Posted by: jessey | 2008/09/09

using donor eggs

dear dr

I was diagnosed with severe endo.
I will soon be making use of donor eggs, through a fertility clinic. The donor is 31 years of age, have 2 children of her own. Is the donor to old. did egg sharing with a ivf patient, 3 five day embroys transfered, unfortunately I had an early miscarriage. Could the miscarriage be because of my severe endo, although my own eggs was not transfered.

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Dear Jessey

The donor of 31 years old is not too old for an egg donation program. In an egg donation program, if a miscarriage has occurred it is more likely not to be due to your severe endometriosis and possibly more likely due to a chromosomal abnormality of the embryo that caused the miscarriage which is the major cause of miscarriages in most people.

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